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Posted by: Bluehaze
« on: August 19, 2017, 11:56:11 pm »

fopnu is grreat news! I installed v.1.15 today on my Kubuntu desktop. It works fine for me! Thank you Kevin! :)
Posted by: Pri
« on: August 19, 2017, 03:44:15 pm »

It does appear to work.
Posted by: GhostShip
« on: August 19, 2017, 07:51:07 am »

New version out to fix the hashing issue  :)

1.15
Posted by: Pri
« on: August 15, 2017, 07:08:45 am »

There is no Anti-Virus on that server. There is no reason for any of the modified dates to be altered on any of the files. Even antivirus scanning does not alter modified dates.
Posted by: White Stripes
« on: August 15, 2017, 03:50:17 am »

Yeah I saw it on the forums after my post here. I have replied in it to add more feedback :) Also my first thread has now been allowed: https://forum.fopnu.com/support/21/

cant help but wonder... are you using a realtime antivirus software of any kind? if so does disabling it or blocking it from scanning the content of your library stop fopnu from constant rehashing? on fopnu forum this seems to be only affecting the windows users, and windows usually has/needs some type of realtime scanner running 24/7 ..... just a thought *shrugs*
Posted by: Pri
« on: August 14, 2017, 01:39:07 pm »

Yeah I saw it on the forums after my post here. I have replied in it to add more feedback :) Also my first thread has now been allowed: https://forum.fopnu.com/support/21/
Posted by: White Stripes
« on: August 14, 2017, 11:38:29 am »

Today I was monitoring Fopnu's disk usage and I've found it absolutely destroys disk performance. It appears to constantly rehash files at the moment. On my server I share from two 3TB drives and the constant reading made them impossible to be used for writes. I cannot download anything beyond a trickle while Fopnu is hashing.

As soon as it's done hashing my 4-5TB of content, it straight away begins again from the start. I believe this to be a bug of course, not intended behaviour.

its a bug thats mentioned on the forum... havent had it happen with the linux version... there is an option in settings > files for "no library rehash after last-modified time change" ... but i dont know if that will keep it from seeing new files...
Posted by: Pri
« on: August 14, 2017, 08:12:28 am »

Today I was monitoring Fopnu's disk usage and I've found it absolutely destroys disk performance. It appears to constantly rehash files at the moment. On my server I share from two 3TB drives and the constant reading made them impossible to be used for writes. I cannot download anything beyond a trickle while Fopnu is hashing.

As soon as it's done hashing my 4-5TB of content, it straight away begins again from the start. I believe this to be a bug of course, not intended behaviour.
Posted by: Pri
« on: August 13, 2017, 10:54:48 am »

Here is a screenshot of what I wrote in case it takes them a while to approve the forum message: http://i.imgur.com/TlaNPZI.png
Posted by: Pri
« on: August 13, 2017, 10:50:40 am »

pri, you should join the fopnu forum https://forum.fopnu.com/support/ and voice your technical critiques there as well. the developer should hear about the flaws so they can fix them :)

I have now done so: https://forum.fopnu.com/support/21/

The topic is currently pending approval but should I think appear soon :)
Posted by: Bearded Blunder
« on: August 13, 2017, 03:46:04 am »

Others may, I'd need to change to 2.08 to use it, and I know there's some reason I don't currently remember that I stuck with 2.06 which is pre frontcode shutdown and therefore doesn't support dropping this in, thanks for suggesting it though.

I'd never recommend anyone to set things up as I have, I probably wouldn't myself if I started from scratch, but I have a system that suits me and no desire to mess with it or reconfigure all my custom right click stuff in a new version of robo.  The result would be whatever drove me to stick with 2.06 on my main box would break or be wrong again and just drive me back.  I use 2.08 on my laptop when I'm away, and that's fine.

There isn't a "problem" here needing to be solved, the old workaround that's been in place for over a decade is just fine for my purposes.
Posted by: White Stripes
« on: August 13, 2017, 03:13:52 am »

downloaded this; http://archive.winmxworld.com/MxControl/RoboMx/RoboMX208_en.exe

edited RoboMX.ini to change the peer caches listed to better match whats in oledlg.ini (the eagle patch)...

it connects as soon as it starts... heres the list for handy drop-in-place use...

Code: [Select]
[PeerCache]
Count=61
Server_000=cache0.winmxworld.net
Server_001=cache1.winmxworld.net
Server_002=cache2.winmxworld.net
Server_003=cache3.winmxworld.net
Server_004=cache4.winmxworld.net
Server_005=cache5.winmxworld.net
Server_006=cache6.winmxworld.net
Server_007=cache7.winmxworld.net
Server_008=cache8.winmxworld.net
Server_009=cache9.winmxworld.net
Server_010=cache0.winmxcache.com
Server_011=cache1.winmxcache.com
Server_012=cache2.winmxcache.com
Server_013=cache3.winmxcache.com
Server_014=cache4.winmxcache.com
Server_015=cache5.winmxcache.com
Server_016=cache6.winmxcache.com
Server_017=cache7.winmxcache.com
Server_018=cache8.winmxcache.com
Server_019=cache9.winmxcache.com
Server_020=cache0.winmxconex.net
Server_021=cache1.winmxconex.net
Server_022=cache2.winmxconex.net
Server_023=cache3.winmxconex.net
Server_024=cache4.winmxconex.net
Server_025=cache5.winmxconex.net
Server_026=cache6.winmxconex.net
Server_027=cache7.winmxconex.net
Server_028=cache8.winmxconex.net
Server_029=cache9.winmxconex.net
Server_030=cache0.winmxcache.net
Server_032=cache1.winmxcache.net
Server_033=cache2.winmxcache.net
Server_034=cache3.winmxcache.net
Server_035=cache4.winmxcache.net
Server_036=cache5.winmxcache.net
Server_037=cache6.winmxcache.net
Server_038=cache7.winmxcache.net
Server_039=cache8.winmxcache.net
Server_040=cache9.winmxcache.net
Server_041=cache0.winmxconex.com
Server_042=cache1.winmxconex.com
Server_043=cache2.winmxconex.com
Server_044=cache3.winmxconex.com
Server_045=cache4.winmxconex.com
Server_046=cache5.winmxconex.com
Server_047=cache6.winmxconex.com
Server_048=cache7.winmxconex.com
Server_049=cache8.winmxconex.com
Server_050=cache9.winmxconex.com
Server_051=cache0.mxpie.co.uk
Server_052=cache1.mxpie.co.uk
Server_053=cache2.mxpie.co.uk
Server_054=cache3.mxpie.co.uk
Server_055=cache4.mxpie.co.uk
Server_056=cache5.mxpie.co.uk
Server_057=cache6.mxpie.co.uk
Server_058=cache7.mxpie.co.uk
Server_059=cache8.mxpie.co.uk
Server_060=cache9.mxpie.co.uk

others may find this useful as well?
Posted by: Bearded Blunder
« on: August 13, 2017, 01:57:29 am »

I've not had any issues with this personally, whenever I launch RoboMX with all the same caches specified as WinMX uses it connects in under a second. I'm using RoboMX v2.08 for the past I dunno 6-7 years and it has always been that reliable for me.

Takes me 10 minutes plus to get a connection that way (if at all).. hence going off into "Expert options" and connecting via a specific primary.  I'm running v2.06 hex edited to specify cache.  Have been running that way since the big shutdown. It's a non-issue since I have a primary I can connect through.

have you connected using the localhost primary option? that always works for me...

If I ran primary on my main machine.. however I specify a primary elsewhere on my network (that 3.31 instance since it runs 24/7) and that *is* reliable and fast connecting.  Can't remember what it is now, but there was a specific reason I stuck with 2.06 rather than going to 2.08.
Posted by: White Stripes
« on: August 12, 2017, 10:58:46 am »

Quote
and Robo is at best "iffy" at connecting using the peer caches

have you connected using the localhost primary option? that always works for me...
Posted by: White Stripes
« on: August 12, 2017, 10:13:33 am »

「fopnu」のユニコードサポートは、日本市場にとって大きな魅力を発揮します。 誰もここで日本語をネイティブに話す?
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